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Aperiodcast – MathsJam 2013!

We haven’t done one of these for absolutely ages. Since all three of us were at the big MathsJam conference a couple of weekends ago, we decided to introduce a local minimum into the fun curve by sitting down and talking about how this site’s doing.

Actually, we ended up talking about the MathsJam baking competition for absolutely ages.

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Aperiodcast – 11/02/2013

Two days late, because that is the way we rotate here, it’s another episode of our sporadic navel-gazing podcast.

In this episode we talked about:

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Aperiodcast – Christiansmas Eve 2013

After two months we’ve finally done another podcast! We completely forgot even the most rudimentary things about how to do a podcast. Sorry.

In this episode, we talked about:

As always, we’re keen to hear about your mathematical exploits either by email to root@aperiodical.com or through our new, streamlined sending-something-in form.

If you’ve got some ideas for how we can do a better podcast, we’d be particularly keen to hear from you.

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Aperiodcast – MathsJam 2012!

We took the opportunity of us all being in the same small slice of space and time (MathsJam, last weekend) to record another episode of our continuing audio part-work, The Aperiodcast.

We talked about:

As always, we’re keen to hear about your mathematical exploits either by email at root@aperiodical.com, our twitter @aperiodical, or whatever means you can think of to get in contact with us.

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Aperiodcast – 21/10/2012

Here’s another episode of our irregular podcast about what’s been happening on the site.

This time, we talked about:

Christian apologises for the poor sound quality, an unavoidable consequence of being at the family home for the weekend without a proper microphone.

As always, we’re keen to hear about your mathematical exploits either by email at root@aperiodical.com, our twitter @aperiodical, or whatever means you can think of to get in contact with us.

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Aperiodcast – 09/09/2012

Leaves are falling, a chilly wind is blowing and I can hear the distant thunder of undergrads’ hooves as they stampede towards my department. Yes, Summer is giving way to Autumn, so it’s time for another Aperiodcast. If you had “42 days” in the “when will the next Aperiodcast appear” sweepstake, report to the comments section below for your prize.

In this episode Peter and Christian were enjoying the comforts of their respective homes, while Katie was preparing to be sawn in half by a crazed Matt Parker at the British Science Festival. We talked about:

As always, we’re keen to hear about your mathematical exploits at root@aperiodical.com, and you still have eight days to submit items for the 90th Carnival of Mathematics, which you can do through our form.

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